I don't think so.
If they pay for a year, it be has been shown for a year
Sometimes you want to time a campaign/event/etc... Much easier to prepare before hand and just schedule.
You mean like when an advertiser wants to run an ad only during a specific time period? LIke only for Father's Day or only for a planned Spring/Summer sale, etc.VSE wrote: ↑Fri Jun 09, 2017 8:25 pmThere are no plans for a start date at the moment.
As mentioned, if you want to start a new ad, you create it when you need it, or enable it when you need it.
An end date is useful because you may want to run an advertiser's ad for 1 year. So you would set the end date. Of course you shouldn't be expected to remember that a year later you need to disable the ad, so the end date was added for automating such things.
On the other hand, we don't know of any pressing situation where you would create an ad, but not want to enable it until some distant future date where you could forget that it needs to be started. However, as this extension develops we may find that it will be useful to implement a "period" which would encompass a start and and date range during which time an ad will be active.
How do you mean? Can you, please, provide us with step-by-step instructions on how to reproduce this? I was able to create an ad with name "ø".
Just forget this question.Senky wrote: ↑Sat Jun 10, 2017 8:16 amHow do you mean? Can you, please, provide us with step-by-step instructions on how to reproduce this? I was able to create an ad with name "ø".